Ca' Serena Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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Day 2: Como, Bellagio, Varenna, Bergamo, Brescia After breakfast (included) set off on a short visit of Como, a small town with amazing natural pan aromas of the mountain, valley and Lake Como. Visit Bellagio by boat. Bellagio is renowned for ...
... Then tour by boat to reach the island of San Giulio. Ferry back to Orta and depart by bus for Stressa, a quaint town on shores of Lake Maggiore. Free time in Stressa and then board a boat for Pescatori Island (Fisherman Island) Continue to Bella Island to visit Borromeo Palace, known for its magnificent gardens. Return to Stressa - free time. Early evening departure for Como. Winter Departure: Depart Milan to Lake Orta, a ...
... scale. They still use this for events-it is in much better nick and is prettier to look at.
The other thing that Verona is famous for is Casa di Giuletta which translates to Juliet's home. As perhaps you have guessed, the home is all about love. In the piazza outside the house there is graffiti on the walls where couples have declared their undying love for each other. There are locks-like the Paris lock bridge and post it notes. Anything you ...
... the 8th Bishop of Verona who successfully converted the entire town to Christianity! All of the churches boast abundant frescoes, statues, carvings and other artwork. Our final stop was Castelvecchio, the most important military installation of the Scaligeri family who ruled Verona in the Middle Ages. It now houses a museum which we didn't have time to visit since we had a train to catch for Venice. We had a wonderful visit and would like to return to Verona some ...
... along the promenade that seems to run all the way between the towns and villages. There plenty of birds about, cormorants, ducks, coots and some little grebes on the water, black birds, robins, pied wagtails, yellow wagtails and of course pigeon and sparrows on the banks. After our walk we prepared tea only to find the hob wouldn't fire up, we tried a second time but it still refused to work! We found out the camping ...